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2011 Election Results for Baldwin-Whitehall

Check out the local results for the Baldwin-Whitehall area.

With 100 percent of Baldwin-Whitehall's precincts reporting, the Baldwin-Whitehall Patch presents the results of our area's Nov. 8 general elections.

These results are unofficial until certified by the Allegheny County Division of Elections.

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Baldwin-Whitehall School Board (4-year term)
Vote for 5 38 of 38 precincts counted Votes
Kevin J. Fischer *WINNER* 4,728
Tracy Macek *WINNER* 5,140

Richard J. Kirsch 3,300

Marion M. Shannon
3,307

Lora J. Kalwarski 3,195

Larry Pantuso *WINNER* 3,850

Diana Kazour *WINNER*
3,664

Ray Rosing *WINNER*
3,364

Baldwin-Whitehall School Board (2-year term)
Vote for 1 38 of 38 precincts counted Votes Sam DiNardo Jr. *WINNER* 5,857


Baldwin Borough Council (4-year term)
 Vote for 3 18 of 18 precincts counted Votes
David M. Depretis (D) *WINNER* 2,561

Michael Stelmasczyk (D) *WINNER* 2,471

John "Butch" Ferris (D) *WINNER*
2,454

Baldwin Township Board of Commissioners (4-year term)
Vote for 3 2 of 2 precincts counted
Votes
Nick Pellegrino (R) *WINNER* 229

Gary J. Moeller (R) 195
Susan V. Snyder (D) *WINNER* 306 Bob Downey (D) *WINNER* 302 Whitehall Borough Council (4-year term)
Vote for 3 16 of 16 precincts counted Votes Robert McKown (R) *WINNER* 1,526

Chris A. Mooney (R)
1,095

James A. DeGrazia (R)
1,038

Philip Lahr (D) *WINNER* 1,827 Harold Berkoben (D) *WINNER* 1,615 Helen Del Sardo (D) 1,451

Whitehall Home Rule Charter Amendment

16 of 16 precincts counted
Votes Yes *WINNER* 2,678 No 399

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Cristy Stipetic November 09, 2011 at 04:43 AM
Congratulations to all the winners of this year's election, especially to the members of Residents for Lower Taxes and Better Education! All my best to you as you continue or start as a school board member.
bd November 09, 2011 at 01:55 PM
I congratulate all of the B/W school district voters. Once again, you have proven that you deserve the school board you voted into office.
M Joy Falcone November 09, 2011 at 03:18 PM
I ditto bd's comment.... They always say time changes things - but you actually have to change them yourself. I applaud the Committe to Build a Better Board, they had the courage to try to change "the machine". GMom
Janet November 10, 2011 at 03:10 AM
I would have liked to see more Build A Better Board candidates win myself. They have children who attend our schools and know the issues at hand. I feel they ran a clean campaign. I believe they would have corrected the bus garage and all the issues that I hear are over there. Thanks for running and trying to help change our district for the better
Jess November 11, 2011 at 04:59 PM
Definition of insanity...doing the same thing over and over again and expecting different results. What a disservice to the students and district to continue the legacy. Voters chose a candidate that has not attended school board meetings let's see how committed he is to the meetings once sworn in. Or is there another agenda per M. Schmotzer in stating that Romak will be back?

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